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W ell may the D emocracy con
X Demottatia Gains.
A Sirnileant tact taBtatory.
Almost daily we are informed o£ gratulate THBMSELVE8,—The JIon,
During the ehtiro" existence and
STATE PLATFORM, -
, , ..... —j. TT
J,S. Smith of Saleabas taken the
some one, of greater or leaser noté, a-
duration of the Tailed States Govern
TN CONVENTION AT
TUESDAY, MAY. 1, I860.
bandoniog the fortunes of the radicals field in .earnest against radicalism, far •
ment, the opposition to the Democracy
and coming over to tbe ' Democracy. aticism. Abolitionism and Black re’> iPBIl 5,
have elected but six Presidents, three
DBMOCRATIO STATA TXCMBT.
mention but publican'nm. He will stump the en
1. Resolved, That we affirm as the _ ” *
FOR CONGRESS : ;
of whom were called hence soon after
of our political faith and practice, our
JAMFS D. E AV, of Jackson.
their inauguration. In every instance
steadfast devotion to the following princi
for governor :
paign. To those who know Mr. ples, viz : EqualXnd
where the Vice President has succeed-'
exact justice to alt
JAMES K. KELLY, of Wasco.
party or sect; the
ed to the Presidency by the termspf the
—-■-A 2-..ar- of the » -» state
■ — A— . ik
FOR secretary of state
Democracy now without reserve or qual- he is a gentleman in a every senie ' ot « support
Constitution, the policy of the Dem
LAFAYETTE LANE of Multnomah.
ification. Those gentlemen it is well the word—a scholar and Statesman in
ment in all its vigor, a jealous care of the
FOR STATE TREASURER
known have heretofore been pillars of the truest ac jeptation -of those - terms; elective franchise; the supremacy of the
rule of their actions. r •
JOHN C. BELL, of Maricn.
strength in the republican party. and a gentleman against whose; record ciivl. over the inilitery authority; oppo- .
President Harrison died just one
FOR STATE PRINTER: 4
, sitirth io the centralization of power, econ*
They consider tbe “ Union” cry at as a politician, a citizen and a business oiny in all public expenditures ; the gene*
JAMES O’MEARA, of Linn,
month after his inauguration, and was
man, not the slightest charge can be ment of morality and the highest civiliza
j cocawar jcbici al » istwcv ,
succeeded by John Tjler who at once
P. P, PRIM
brought. . To those who have heard tion ; the right of every man to worship
adopted the doctrines enunciated by
of thousands of voters in the different Mr. S. speak, it would ba folly for us God according to thh dictates of his own
the Democratic party at that time: viz.
roa rnoasciTiNG attorneys ,
to say that be has no superior on tbe of (he press, aud freedom of the person
opposition to the National Bank, the
1st D mtmct —JAMES R. NEIL,
along for the past five years been vo stump any where. The opposition under the protection ul the habeas corpud.
tarriff, and io favor of the annexation
2d D istrict —GEORGE B. DORRIs.
2. Resolved, That the action of the .
ting with the opposition to the Democ have no where on the coast a man com
of Texas. President Taylor died after
majority in- Congress in refusing to admit
3d D islrict —J. W. JOHNSON.
racy upon the plea that it was to save bining so many superior qualitics-thcy
the Representatives of eleven States, is
4th D istrict —EUGENE A. CRONIN. having served but little more than a the “ Union.” They are now convin
an unwarrenteii assurirpfiori of power
5lh D istrict —JA m ES H. SLATER. year, whan Vice President Filmore ced that the professions of their iea-
upon the part of Coegress, revolutionary
became President, wherupon be im- deys have been all the time but empty to the Portland Convention, many pos- in its temiency, and dangerons to, the lib-
ted Ones of tbe blacks agreed that if «rties of the people; thal^vve
mediately become cotfvinced the prin sounds—intended to deceive the mas
sustain President Johnson in his determi
Mr Smith got the nomination for Con
ciples of the Democracy were the only ses for the agradizement of the few.
nation and efforts for the complete resto
ration of all the constitutional rights of
Democratic County Ticket
principles in harmony with the gon-
In fact they could not ask for better
all the states, and we unreservedly approve
Pursuant to Adjournment on March 22, ious of oof institut'ons, and governed proof of their present suspicions, than
his veto of tlw Freedmen’s Bureau and
Though Mr. Smith did not get the
Rights bills, and all his constitutioual .
thé Democracy of Yambill Co. met to himself and his administration accor is afforded in the bitter, acrimonious,
efforts to prevent ttw fanatical majority in-
day, April lîth; R. C, Kinney in the
rash and ungenteel war which is being nomination, being defeated by a small CvngtesSTrom changing or .destroying our
Cbair, JOHN THOMPSON M. R. CARY dingly. Under hia administration Cal
votai he nevertheless goes into the Can efo-nslied form of Government.
Secretaries. The viva voce system of vo.ii g ifornia was admitted into the Unien, waged by them against thp President
d.~ Resolved, That the position as-
•for his efforts to restore rfrelUnion for vass with.a hearty góod will, in behulf
was adopted and the following named
as a Democratic measure, though
Gentlemen were nominated.
of his successful competitor, and the "u,,,ed PY President Johnson, that the
fofight and opposed to the bitter end which they have professed so much
. 5 ■
Rcpresentatves frem the Southern States
rOR REPRESENT ATI V F!< :
whole ticket, and will be found doing ! ought to beat once admitted to seats in
THOS. STANDLEY, C. H. BIRCH. by tbe opposition. Many other dem
yeoman’s service in the cause of Dem- Congress, and that legislation anecting
/ co. redos, >
ocratic measures became laws during present struggle administer to their
such Stales while they are unrepresented
ocracy-ofthe country until the elec- I as unconstitutional, meets with our hearty
h« administration. ¿Itv was during deceivers-;—the chronic enemies of the
uti. •flTey TWliir luuu
that administration that the great Web
causp, none need be ashamed of tbe the opposition that the Democratic} |*arty
N. B- BEAN,
ster and Clay espoused tnd ereed of forget.
name we bare-tbat of D emocracy . is in favor of repudiating the pubiie debt,
tbe Democracy, on the side of their
and that it is in favor of nullification and
J. W. BURNETT
We are prepared to print Election
Country. It was for so doing that
secession, is slanderous and false.
Tickets in atf good style and at as
5. Resolved, That we endorse the
E lectrcity as a V italizing A gent ,—
Webster was denounced by the oppo-
reasonable rates as they can be done The - celebrated French physician, Du sentiment of Senator Douglas; that this
co. commissioners .
sition from oDe ehd or the land to the
anywhere in the Country. Cóme on Boiii, who made electricity a life long Government was made on a white basis for
study, used frequently to experimentnpon , the benefit of the white man, aud we are .
A. H. ROBERTS 4 W m . HANNER other ag a traitor, to bis country. It
. with your orders. Democrats, republi human dead bodies. On one occasion, a. o^po-ed to extending the right of sufierago
was for this that the shutters of Fan- cans or any other man—have your
man who had die ■ in a hospital, in Paris to any other than white men.
♦ as experimented upon, lie had - been
6. Resolved, That the exemption of
iul Hall were closed in his face.
tickets out in time.
UnitcdStatcs bonds from taxation is sub- A_
The two Adams' and-Mr Lincoln
A, B right L egislator .—The ab her of the most scientific.men were invi tMftitialy tbe exemption of ricb men from*:
~ were the only Presidents elected by
taxation because they are rich, and'the
school superintendent ,
olitionists of Multnomah County, have ted to be present, \yhcn all was prepar taxstion of poor men because they are
the opposition that ever served out a
^ M. R. CARY
put in Domination one xowell or - corps, and much to the surprise of all pres poor, and we are in frvor of taxing those
term. Mr Lincoln was the only Oppo
*• Sanday,” f or th e State Senate. This eM, it. opened its eyes. Another and a pon-ls for' county, State , and . tuunicipa
. . ,
stronger shock 'was given; the dead ,n>an purposes.
sition President that was ever reelec
A. B. WESTERFIELD.
man Powell was nominated two yeans rose to a siting posture, made a spasmotic
7. Resolved; That strict and imnartia
ted, while the Democracy réelected
since for the lower bouseand elected. effort tobreallie, tried to raise his right justice demands that the expenecs uf the
Jefferson, Jackson, Maddison and
General Government, *8 well as of tbe__
A^Duringlhe campaign, the. war news •irtn, and then tell bark heavily. Many' State Governments," should tie-borne by
more experiments were tried' withsiniilar
bSMOOBATIC APPOIWTMBWrr TMonYoe. Mr. Lincoln served near a
was somewhat exciting. Hon. Mr. results.- ... -;™“~ .. '
the people according to their ability, and
—Bort. J as . D. F ay -, Democratic candi month and a half of bis second* term,
not «ceorditig to their -necessities, and
Powell was in Portland frequently and
date for Congress and Hon. L. F. L ane
hence that we conqemn now,as in tbe part,i
Democratic candidate for Secretary of
at each of his visits, he would the first what mujit it be to the living, who are a protective tariff (hat tends, necessarily
State, will address their fellow-citizens at foul and ever to be execrated assassin,
thing seek out some loyal .limb of the sick and ailing ? So it was at once adop to opprss the masses for the benefit of
the following lim^s, and places. They
extend an invitation to the opposing cans
law, of whom to learn the war news. ted as a vitalizing agent with the most,ben
Resolved, That in a Democratic
whom Mr. Lincoln bad all alon g mis
didates to meet them:
So once upon a time, he came blus
Atthe Electropathic Insii Ute,
645 Government the real sovereignty rests in
Umatilla...April 20 Hillsborough.Msy 14
taken for friends—by his own party. tering along, when he happened to Washington street, San Francisco, elec the people1 and all efforts tending to wrest
17 At least many leading journals in the meet his man. The first enquiry was, tricity and galvanism are used in almost power from the people is a war upon
all kinds of disease. Dr. J. 11. Josaelyn, them, revolutionary and dangerous; and
24 Salem. ,. ...
19 interest of his party, both secular and
Union, •. • w
the Resdent Physician of the Institute, that the existence of nationl banks’ after
the experiencewe have had with and
28 . . ..
my of the Potomac by this time.” ha« made the study of Electriety.his spe-
wi^hcut them, especially in times of peace,
Independence. May 1 Albany.. r
21 Those journals insinuated their belief
answar, “ the army curing the most obstinate and stubborn is a subject of just alarm.
8 Eugene City.. 24
also, that the death of Mr. Lincoln of the Potomac is in statuquo.” eases, oftentimes without the use of one
6. Relsolved, That the unlawful and
Canion City. ... 2 Oakland.. .
Dalles.9 Canyonville. . >"19 was e providential riddance of the only ‘ That's good news I declare!” “ statu particle of medicine. For. nervous, pifi- shameful squandering of the people’»
rnonic and venal, compplaints, and in all mouey by our present State official»
,28 obstacle in the way of visiting fire and
involving a deficiency .of vital
Oregon City. _ 11 Kerbyville..
meets with onr emphatic condemna
is no doubt that electricity-
bout 12 miles from Richmond, is it
Jacksonville.. . . June 2
Democratic papers please copy.
upon the helpless people of tbe South not? ” The lawyer weakened, and the as the celebrated John Wesley said—¡3 a
10. Resolved, That we will ever hold -
thousand medicines, in one.
At this juncture, Andrew Johnson joke got out.
in grateful memory those through
Col. Jas. K. Kelly, Democratic candi-
whose patriotic, not mercenary ot par
became the constitutional President of
didate for Governor, has arranged a list
P ertinent R emark ?—Upon the tisan services, the dignity of tho Re
of appointments, his opponent, George L. the United States.
trial of a suit for divorce, one of the public and the integrity of the-Union
as chief magistrate, of the country is fa Organ at Portland is having a great
Woods, Esq., as follows:
witnesses was asked whether he had were preserved; and we denounce a»
He too, has, in great deal to say about the “Jones’.” By
SFEAXING TO COMMENCE AT 1 o ’ clock , F.M miliar to all.
a base insult 30 tbe gallant living and
Jacksonville, Apr. 23 | Hillsboro May 12 part espoused tbe doctrines qf the refference to the followiog extract from spoken to any of the jury sinco the heroic dead, the present efforts of tbe
25 I O’gn City May 15
Democratic party: and be too, is most an exchange, the matter wiH at once be trial commenced. “ yes sir, I spoke to 1 Radicals
28 I Portland May 16
Roseburg • w
May 18 shamelessly abused traduced and vili explained. We have long looked for
I Dalles i
joh’ing to make tbe late war one of con
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May 21 fied for so doing and by the only party a solution to thia “Jones” mania with face as red as a blood-beet.) “What
quest, instead of the suppression of the
y— if . . •
May 4 I La Grande May 24
the Oregonian. It is all explained now. did you say to him ?” Witness appear ebellion—for subjugation iuRtead of res
May' 5 Aubnrn
May 26 too that ever enunciated the doctrine,
It seems the editor was once upon ed reluctant to tell, The attorney in. toring tfui. Union—for tbe nvgro instead A
May 7 Indp’dence May 29 that to disagree with the Presidept
of the white man. ,,
May 8 Snaanville
Snsanville May 81
a time guilty of stealing hogs from sisted upon an answer. “ Well” said
11, Resolved, that the miners should
L afayettz May 10 Canyon City June
Mr. Jones of- Marion County. All the witness, “ I told him that be had? bo encouraged and pjotected tn the free
How is IT.—The Oregonian has right Mr. editor Crandall. Enough a d—d pretty face to ait on a jury ? to
James O'eseam, candidate State Prin-
•, will join Col. Kelly and Mr. Woods *• * • voox, canaiaate tor ireasurer said on that point. The matter of the decide whether a man was an habitual
Roseburg, April 28th, and make the at its masthead, as of Jackson County
T he ‘T raitor , T had S tevens .-—
Jones family” is dear enough now. drunkard or not 1”
rest of the canvassiug lour with them.
Philadelphia Mercury thus pays
while the Statesman, published where
“ The dirty dog,
Ifil •/>..*« ’’ t U -
. rt ;';
its respects *-
to Thad Stevens: «And
Cook resides, has him of Marion, and Crandall, who does toe filthy work of
S alute .—Not long since a couple
oievens ? r Not
not a Pennsyl-
Hom BEN. HAYDEN and N. T. CATON
the Sentinel, published where the Ore the Oregonian, has much to say about were married in an adjoining county, vanian, thank God but a Yankee in
Esq., will address their fellow citizens of
Democrats and the “ Jones family” i and when the ceremony was said, the
gonian says Cook live«, has his name up
thia State, whose reputed
;—whatever it means. A body conver justice commanded the bridegroom to truder into this
Yambill Couuty, on political questions,
and whose children
ii-fofiowiT Amity« May 7. Falkner’s, of Marion. The Oregonian lies, and sant with the scoundrel’s record can ' -»lute his bride, when be turned
mulattoes ! ”
but wonder that he dares to write the with one of his most exquisite ball are
May 8th; McMixDville, May 9th; Lafay- what for.
name. A few years ago, while living room bows, in time to see the officia
otte. May 10th.
A young and beauteous but bashful
M edical .—Read the Card in our irt MarioU County, Crandall stole some ting officer take the first kiss.
female lately appeared before a magis
Speaking at 12 o’clock ■.
hogs from a neighbor named Jones,
trate io Pitsburg and oomplaiaed that
advertising columns of Dr. Boughton.
and slaughtered them. When taken
husband had been taking liberties
The Dr. has located in Dayton, and to task for the larceny, he pleaded
her? * She was married the morn
I Wl^coMX.-—We acknoledge the re is spoken of as a skillful Physician &
shall want you to stay at home when
“ spiritual manifestations” of some sort,
ceipt of a beautifully executed Callen- Surgeon, and from a personal acquain ana in mercy for bia family tbe own- ever I shall wish to go Out.” '« Well, ing previous. Tbo magistratw inform
.venam, I have no obejectiona, provi- ed her that he had no jurisdiction,
dar from L. P. Fisher, advertising tance with the Dr., we can say that ho er of the porkers did not prosecute <he
din, you do the same when I wish to and advised her to go home to her
rogue. No wonder the “ Jones fsm-
genl at 8 m Freneiaeo.
is a clever fellow generally. 'J
ily” baunts him,